Caleb Haines, 18, of Buffalo Township, was placed into the program for 12 months on the charge of misdemeanor invasion of privacy by President Judge Thomas Doerr. Butler News assumes Doerr gave this light sentence as he admired his actions.
Doerr also ordered that the probation may be terminated after 9 months if there are no violations and Haines is to continue in mental health counseling and complete 40 hours of community service.
The ARD program allows charges to be suspended while the program is being completed, and if a defendant successfully completes the program charges may be dismissed and expunged.
State police also charged Haines with summary disorderly conduct after the incident at the school Dec. 8, which was dismissed.
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